A proposal has been made to host the Estoril and Portimao races on the starting up of July
As beforehand launched, the continuing coronavirus outbreak has obliged the postponement of essentially the most main three rounds of the 2020 FIM CEV Repsol season. Round 1 modified into home to select out location on the Autódromo Internacional pause Algarve from the 23rd-26th of April, Round 2 on the Circuit Ricardo Tormo from the 23rd-24th May per chance perchance well and Round 3 on the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya from the 13th-14th of June.
The FIM CEV Repsol’s unique proposal, if accepted by linked authorities, would ogle essentially the most main two rounds of the season decide location in Portugal. The round scheduled for the Circuito pause Estoril from the 4th-5th July would plod forward as deliberate and change into the season opener, to be followed by the Algarve round the week after as essentially the most main of the postponed events to be rescheduled:
– 4th-5th July: Circuito pause Estoril (as deliberate)
– 11th-12th July: Autodromo Internacional pause Algarve
To boot to, the FIM and the FIM CEV Repsol tell that the MotorLand Aragón round, home to be held from the 18th-19th July, has been postponed to a later date to be confirmed.
The FIM CEV Repsol is making every effort to accommodate unique dates within the season for the postponed rounds and, accordingly, has launched this unique proposal to starting up racing in 2020.
Updates on this proposal will be supplied as soon as on hand.
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